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While the cloud has appeared just in time to offer free and easy access to gigabytes of storage space, some people like to keep their data close to hand. Here are some of the best storage devices money can buy that will help you keep your data safe.
Here are my top five storage devices, ranging from something you can pop into your pocket, to a whopping 24TB RAID enclosure.
IBM is offering new storage servers that combines RAID data security and speed with a new take on file systems and architecture to deliver even faster and more reliable data performance.
Buffalo Technology is one of the top manufacturers of consumer NAS devices, typified by its LinkStation appliances. It also has a solid range of TeraStation products aimed at SMEs, which are sold pre-populated with hard disks.
The ReadyNAS NV+ v2 is nicely designed and built, and Netgear's X-RAID2 technology does a good job of managing the 4-bay array discreetly. The web-based management tool's redesigned UI is an improvement, but we'd like to see more more add-ons for the new ARM-based platform.
Raise Data Recovery for Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 is a software application that serves for data recovery from Ext2, journaled Ext3 or extended...
More enterprises understand that adding more storage disks insufficient to solve problem of data boom and have turned to storage innovation to achieve cost savings and efficiencies, notes Dell exec.
The range of 25nm solid-state drives uses multi-level cell technology, rather than the single-level cell flash used in its predecessor, to provide a cheaper alternative for datacentres
YellowSchedule. Easiest and most powerful scheduling system in the world.Fast and Secure Scheduling (HIPAA Compliance). We streamline...
Misperception of cheap storage devices means companies not looking at virtualizing storage but it offers as many benefits as server virtualization and eliminates hidden costs, says exec.
The two starter servers, which run on Intel's Xeon E3 processors, cost as little as a laptop and are designed for businesses with little or no IT team
Google and Amazon have really low storage costs because they skipped the costly RAID arrays offered by big storage companies. Now that technology is available for prosumers and small businesses - at a really low price.
Storage vendor Promise Technology late Thursday announced it will ship in the second quarter 4-bay and 6-bay Pegasus R series RAID systems supporting the new Thunderbolt bus used on the new Apple MacBook Pro line.
Be it up-scaled NAS, down-scaled SAN or a mix of the two, the market of choice for storage vendors this year appears to be the small to medium-sized business. Drobo vendor Data Robotics started the ball rolling a couple of weeks back and now RAID specialist Promise has followed suit with two new SmartStor appliances, aimed expressly at SMBs and offering support for a mix of NAS and iSCSI SAN data sharing.
With Microsoft's next generation Home Server dropping support for its storage fabric technology, Data Robotics' Drobo offers an alternative approach to building large amounts of storage using mis-matched disks. Unlike traditional RAID arrays which require all the disks used to be identical in size, Drobo's BeyondRAID storage array allows you to increase the amount of storage in an array each time you add or replace a pair of larger disks.
The company's latest virtualisation-friendly storage platform has higher input and output rates than previous generations, thanks to Intel's processor architecture
Low latency storage, fast multi-core CPUs, high-bandwidth interconnects and larger disk capacity is ending the reign of costly RAID controllers in favor of more elegant data protection. A report from the front lines of storage innovation.
Marketed as “storage that manages itself”, Data Robotics has carved a niche for its RAID protected Drobo products, primarily amongst creative professionals looking to plug extra storage into Apple Mac and Windows PCs. Now it’s hoping to widen that appeal by adding support for network sharing onto its new Drobo FS appliance.
Three years ago I warned that RAID 5 would stop working in 2009. Sure enough, no enterprise storage vendor now recommends RAID 5. Now it's RAID 6, which protects against 2 drive failures. But in 2019 even RAID 6 won't protect your data. Here's why.
The company has refreshed and renamed its LeftHand range with a SAN for businesses undertaking server virtualisation
In move similar to rival NetApp, storage vendor launches program that promises money-back for customers if targeted reduction in storage capacity is not realized.
Drobo Pro is a business-class RAID storage array that accepts virtually any SATA disk on the market, supports iSCSI and pretty much looks after itself. What more could you want?
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